THUJA AUREA NANA
This dwarfed coniferous plant is a member of the cypress family. It is cultivated and fertilized by drip irrigation. Its external features are a red brown bark and yellowish leaves which turn bronze-colored during winter. At the end of the summer, the leaves turn flat and upwards which makes the cypress look like a bunch of green spikes.
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The oleander (Nerium oleander), is most commonly known as oleander and is the only species currently classified in the genus Nerium in the Apocynaceae family. Originally, the oleander is native to a broad area from Morocco eastward through the Mediterranean region to China. Today, it is naturalized in many mild and arid climate zones such as in Argentina. It is also used as a separation fence on highways like in California, Spain or Australia. Our enterprise offers oleander in these different flower colours: white, red, pink and yellow.
Pittosporum tobira is a species of flowering plant in the Pittosporum family known by the common name Japanese mock-orange and is native to the east of Asia "Pittosporum" means "sticky seeds" and "tobira" derives from the Japanese name for the plant. Due to its resistance to air pollution in big cities, it is used as an ornamental plant. At Moreno-Plant we offer two different types: M14 and M20.
The common myrtle Myrtus communis, also called true myrtle is an aromatic plant in the family Myrtaceae, native to the southeast of Europe and northern Africa. The myrtle is cultivated by drop irrigation and we offer two different sizes according to the client's needs: M14 and M20.
Viburnum Tinus is native to the Mediterranean area. This plant blossoms at the beginning of spring with white to pink fragrant flowers. Later they turn into metallic blue berries. Moreno-Plant offers two different types of this product: M14 and M20.
PHOTINIA RED ROBIN
Photinia, cultivated by drip irrigation, is a robust plant wich is insensitive to cuting and suitable in small hedges for visibility protection. When cut in July, new buds will grow in autumn. "Red Robin" is suitable on it's own as well as for living fences.